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at this time. another factor on iran. the new defense minister in israel, who is not viewed as hawkish on the issue. i cannot find one member of the security establishment that is for containment. i have been looking for years, and i cannot find them. right now, their view is if america is leading, holdback, but if america does not lead, the same people that have been urging caution will be the same people urging israel forward. i think a certain level, the tone will be very different from the past defense minister, but the message will not be fundamentally different. what about the other issues? here i think another issue that could come up in the meeting is the issue of circassia. it definitely will come up. in an operational sense, there is a debate brewing in israeli policy circles about how active israel should be in going after hezbollah convoys, taking out weaponry. i find there is nobody in israel that i met that since the united states -- maybe you think this is a big mistake --of all the people i talk to, cannot meet anyone who thought the u.s. would be decisive in syria. the
the court therefore strike down the defense of marriage act which is one of the cases it will be hearing this week which bans federal benefits for same sex couples legally married in their state. would you streak down that as federal interferences in a state matter? >> you know, i think it is a really complicated issue. i always said that the states have the right to decide. i do believe in traditional marriage. kentucky decided it and i don't think the federal government should tell us otherwise. there are states that have decided in the opposite fashion and i don't think the federal government should tell anybody or any state government how they should decide this. marriage has been a state issue you for hundreds and hundreds of years. doma is complicated because it does provide protection for the states from the federal government part of it federalizes the issue. there is a chance the court could strike down the federalization part of it. if they do i think the way to fix it is maybe to try to make all of the laws more neutral towards the issue. i don't want the government promoting
-year-old grandson, supposedly in self-defense, was convicted. and just a few hours after we brought this story to you, the conviction, second-degree murder. sandra layne faces 12 to 20 years in prison for the killing of jonathan hoffman. she shot him six times over the course of six minutes. she fired ten times. it all happened in the home that they shared near detroit. she testified that her grandson was high on drugs and was attacking her when she went for her gun. but then the jurors heard jonathan's phone call to 911. >> 911, what's your emergency? >> i've just been shot. >> what? >> i've just been shot. >> where are you at? okay, how did you get shot? >> my grandma shot me. >> my grandma and grandpa shot you? >> my grandma. i'm going to die. >> 2 1/2 minutes later, while he was still on the phone, hoffman was shot again. sandra layne will be sentenced on april 18th and she is not free on bond between now and then. >>> you know, this has been the theme of the jodi arias case -- lies. just so many lies. yesterday, the psychologist who was hired by the defense testified that the a
program. you also have the great cooperation between our two governments on the iron dome, missile defense system which is no longer theory, we've seen it work and save lives and reduce the risk to people in israel. so i think it's more important what they do together than whether or not they have a personal relationship. frankly, i think some of the reporting on this is a little bit inaccurate. but that's of less significance. >> you mean in terms of their personal relationship? >> yeah, i think it's blown out of kind of -- sometimes the journalism in this takes the form of some psychology analysis. i really don't think that's the key thing. what we do together and i think that's what they'll be discussing and i'm sure they'll be able to have a good discussion. and this is a critically important time because of the threat posed by iran's nuclear program. we've got to stop that. we've made a very clear determination now that -- and i mean we meaning the congress and the administration that containment is not good enough that we've got to make sure we prevent nuclear weapons capability, ope
that show about president obama's real instincts. is he going to war with iran in defense of a country -- that is what netanyahu has to worry about. if to publicly treat netanyahu that way it weakens his opposition in middle east because the allies see how we treat the main allies and discourages allies. >> sean: if you are netanyahu and i see obama giving f-16s, tanks, $1.5 billion to the former head of the muslim brotherhood, mohammed morsi who think the israelis are descendants of apes and pigs, i know what i would be thinking? >> we can control with the egyptian military. >> sean: the military leadership has been changed by morsi. his puppets are in charge? >> we can control it but no rationale for a pegs and morsi the fact is things he has said insults he has toward the israelis and jews and whole attitude, all of that. it goes back to when we threw mubarak under the buses. >> sean: and what happened to the arab spring it was an arab nightmare. i was on the air every night. ambassador bolton were there. there were v some of us and article said i was muslim brotherhood obsessed. ho
the effects of our carbon dioxide emissions on our atmosphere and oceans. our defense and intelligence communities warn of the threats posed by climate change to national security and international stability. economists recognize the distortion of energy markets that overlook the true cost of carbon pollution, and government accountants now list climate change as a threat to our fiscal stability. now, today, as we enter the passover and easter season and as catholics the world over celebrate the selection of a new pope, we turn to voices of faith. they, too, call upon us. they call upon us to heed the moral imperatives of protecting creation and seeking justice for all people. they call upon us to reflect on our faith, on our relationship to our world and each other and on our responsibility to future generations. and they call upon us as president obama reminded us in his inaugural address to preserve our planet commanded to our care by god. i lay no claim to religious authority, but i must believe this -- something that harms others, something that disturbs god's creation, something
was shown an area displaying israeli air defenses including the so-called iron dome. then the motorcade saided to jerusalem where the pred will have a little down time before meetings today. our own chuck todd is in jerusalem. he joins me now. chuck, looks like to be a rather pleasant day at least weather-wise. what is going on in the holy land? >> well, mr. russert, it is unbelievable weather here greeting the president. pretty much a perfect spring day, if you will here in the holy land. what was interesting is the first thing the president said as he got off and there were microphones everywhere, i don't think he knew he was on, he said it's good to be away from congress. also that chitchat as making his way through shaking hands with various dignitaries, he and netanyahu were heard joking about difficulties in the budget process that both leaders are having in each of their countries. but, look, this event, you set it up well. this trip is heavy on symbolism, going to be somewhat light on substance as far as what, you know, what is he going to take away? what are the take aways? the
to all of the aid his administration is providing, including iron dome and defense funding for israel during difficult times, he as announce that we will begin talk is on another 10 year process to ensure american military assistance to israel. this is very significant. i want to express my thanks for everything you have done. i went to thank you for the statement new made. it is very important. i think israelis will judge this by the unfolding events and what is taking place. there is a very simple answer to your question, the gentleman from nbc. this is second term president and third term prime minister. [laughter] >> thank you. [applause] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] -- this is president obama's second trip to israel. >> the supplies were to be issued by a brigade and he hospital was to be created for each division and personnel and equipment were the same. when the battle is taking place and over, there is only one thoseper division that wagons would supply needs -- with supplyidens and need to go
the defense expert whose credibility is under fire is due back on the stand. psychologist richard samuels is sticking to his diagnosis that arias suffered from amnesia and post-traumatic stress disorder. prosecutor juan martinez spent two days tearing into his findings. family and friends ever victim travis alexander are speaking out including chris hughes, lech lex leaks's best friend. he is blasting arias about lies about what she is saying about alexander's character. jody is on trial. she did everything to put him on trial. i watched him murder and murder him over and over again. she is trying to get something to stick with the jury. adam housley is following the twist and turns of all of this, is he live from los angeles. adam? >> reporter: jenna, you mentioned dr. samuels and back and forth between him and prosecutor. for viewers at home if you haven't watched the case she is two final defense witnesses are what they're trying to do to rebuild jodi arias ace is case. she was on the stand for 18 days. got urn torn apart by the prosecutor the even the jury in arizona who are allowed t
ban on gay marriage, prop 8, which voters approved in and on wednesday, the defense of marriage act will be argued, saying that federal agencies will define marriage as being between one man and one woman and advocates are warningave major cultural shift if marriage equality becomes part of the law of the land. >> i wish it were just about the marriage altar. it is about much more. it's about altering all of society, with marriage goes what our children for taught, parents losing the right to define the morals for their children. it's about religious freedom. they are intertwined in our culture. it's about the right to conduct yours business as you see fit. >> support for same-sex marriage has groab, but it's favored by less than half, 49% of registered voters. one of the attorneys arguing for marriage equality this week says he thinks his side will win and it won't be close since he says, marriage is a civil right. >> we are not asking for a new constitutional right. the constitutional right to marry is well established. in fact, the supreme court has ruled you can't take away the
of irresponsibility in the republican budget is defense. instead of increasing pentagon spending, we should reform it. the most obvious target is the nuclear arsenal larger than anything we need for nuclear deterrence. 10% of our nuclear weapons would decimate russia. a handful of missiles would wipe north korea off the map. yet they propose to spend over 2/3 of a trillion dollars over the next 10 years on this bloated arsenal. before we increase the pentagon budget, maybe we should figure out why the f-35 joint strike fighter, which is now seven years behind schedule, 70% over budget, and the pentagon still doesn't know how it's going to meet the more than $1 trillion in operating and maintenance cost. amazingly the republicans want to increase spending for the pentagon, the only major budget so flawed it can't even be audited. there are bipartisan opportunities to reduce and reform the military, but you're not hearing about it in the republican budget this week. instead of a republican rerun of a bad reality tv show, let's consider working together on areas to change how the government does busines
? secretary of the treasury penny mcnickel? now he wants the new defense secretary to be former republican senator chuck hagel. thankfully, today 15 republican senators demanded the withdrawal of hagel's nomination and it's no wonder. senate republicans have found all sorts of shady associations in hagel's past. for instance, he was once a senate republican. [laughter] and now, according to conservative news anger-gregator breitbart.com, hagel may have taken money from an organization called "friends of hamas." friends of hamas! that's serious! being friends with a muslim terrorist is a big commitment. you've got to be a groomsman in all four of their weddings. i mean, the suicide vest rentals alone! [laughter] folks, this bombshell lit up the conserv-osphere. >> let me bring up one piece of information that ben shapiro at breitbart put out today, which is one of the foreign funders behind senator hagel that he has not yet disclosed formally is something called friends of hamas. >> you know i saw that information today, also, and that is more and more concerning. >> there was a report that
's overcome relentless threats to its security, through the courage of the israel defense forces and the citizenry that is so resilient in the face of terror. this is a story of israel, this is the work that has brought the dreams of so many generations to light. and every step of the way israel has built unbreakable bonds of friendship with my country, the united states of america. those ties began only 11 minutes after israeli independents, when the united states was the first nation to recognize the state of israel. as president truman said in explaining his decision to recognize israel, i believe it has a glorious future before us not just as another sovereign nation but as an embodiment of the great ideals of our civilization. and since then we have built a friendship that advances our shared interests. together we share a commitment to security for our citizens, and the stability of the middle east and north africa. together we share a focus on advancing economic growth around the globe and strengthening the middle class within our own countries. together we share a stake i
an unnamed person got a citation. >>> jurors in the jodi arias trial are expected to grill a key defense expert with more than 100 questions today. richard samuels says he diagnosed arias with post-traumatic stress disorder and that's why she can't remember details the night she killed travis alexander. she claims it was all in self-defense. ted rowlands outside the courthouse in phoenix. there are some big problems with this guy's testimony? >> well, yeah, carol, he's made some errors in his reports. and also lost his composure on the sand and let's face it, a huge job. a very important witness, trying to convince this jury that jodi arias isn't lying, that she suffers from ptsd and that's why she has memory loss. >> and more interrogation video has surfaced. >> reporter: yes, six hours of interrogation footage over two days. it's fascinating. you hear her talk about her story, change her story, and also see her when there are no detectives in the room and when there are people. at times she is on the floor. head on the table, sometimes singing, laughing, and basically more of that vide
has chosen to bear the duty and share the honor of serving in our common defense. to all of the men and women of the united states armed forces now in the middle east, the peace of a troubled world and the hopes of an oppressed people now depend on you. that trust is well placed. the enemies you confront will come to know your skill and bravery. the people you liberate will witness the honorable and decent spirit of the american military. in this conflict, america faces an enemy who has no regard for conventions of war or rules of morality. saddam hussein has placed iraqi troops and equipment in civilian areas, attempting to use innocent men, women and children as shields for his own military, a final atrocity against his people. i want americans and all the world to know that coalition forces will make every effort to spare innocent civilians from harm. a campaign on the harsh terrain of a nation as large as california could be longer and more difficult than some predict. and helping iraqis achieve a united, stable and free country will require our sustained commitment. we come to
.s./japan mutual relationship, both the mutual defense treaty and our bilateral general relationship would be central. but we also thought that asia deserved fully a broader treatment in its own right, so we really invested in the future. as we look ahead in terms of our asian studies center, we look also to other achievements in both the range of foreign and strategic issues as well as economic policy issues. in fact, today they are also interlinked that it is hard to distinguish one from the other. but today as we look ahead there is no one i can think of whom i would rather hear from and help us both to celebrate these anniversaries and to look ahead in terms of developments in the asia-pacific region. the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee, ed royce, is an old friend of the heritage foundation. he is also a real leader on foreign affairs. he has been actively involved in a very principled and substantial way with u.s. policy toward asia since he first came to congress 11 terms ago. representing california's 39th district, we are, indeed, very honored both to have the chair
in the department of defense where they are buying biofuel at some extraordinary $35 a gallon. here is a place you can save money and pointed today, that the u.s. foreign aid program had created, i think a 27 million dollar program in morocco to teach moroccans how to do pottery. they've been in pottery 5,000 years. couldn't we go through, as paul ryan said, couldn't we go through and agree to cut out the dumb stuff? tuff there's ideology. for instance, taxes, speaker boehner says no more tax increase after the 600 billion tax increase the president at the end of the year got. he said absolutely no. are the republicans going to have to give on the taxes? >> well, i think it depends on what happens. i personally don't believe that we are undertaxed. i mean, you look at this economy right now, between regulation and taxes, this economy is a mess. and you compare this economy to exactly the same cycle of reagan's presidency getting 5, 6, 7, 8% growth a quarter. i mean-- >> so are you saying that the republicans, that should be a line in the sand for republicans, no tax increase. >> i think they shoul
it was senator coburn who offered it -- to end a program in the department of defense where they are buying biofuel at some extraordinary amount, $35 a gallon -- he said, you know, here's a place where you can save money. he pointed to the u.s. foreign aid program had created a -- i think it was a $27 million program in morocco to teach moroccans how to do pottery. moroccans have been doing pottery about 5,000 years. couldn't we go through as paul ryan said -- and at least agree to cut out the really dumb stuff? >> some of the stuff, it's ideology. speaker boehner says no more tax increase at the end of the year that the president got. he says, you know, absolutely no. you know, are the republicans going to have to give on the taxes? >> well, i think it depends on what happens. i personally don't believe that we are under taxed. i mean, you look at the economy right now, between regulation and taxes, this economy is a mess. you compare this economy tovill exactly the same psyche nel reagan's presidency, where we have 5, 6, 7, 8% a quarter. >> are you saying that should be a line in the sand
like that. gl this is really the defense of marriage act you're talking about. >> right. so the problem is -- the two cases are already related. states have already decided people can get married. the question is what is the federal government going to do about that? are you going to have separate rights for different states? i don't think that's really allowed. if you look at the disabilities community, race, gender -- there are not many cases where the states have said, go ahead, some states can discriminate, and some can't. >> is it possible the court -- and i raise this point. you raised roe v. wade, and i think that's a good point. we didn't have to do it that way, but we did. state by state, american institutions, i thought that was the democratic way. on the other hand, the defense of marriage act looks more vulnerable, for the reason that governor dean mentions, spousal benefits and all that. the but the court could rule differently. no defense of marriage act, and then send the same-sex marriage back, essentially california's prop 8, send those cases back to the states, either
was later transported to the hague. germany's defense minister within molly, -- mali, visiting the troops. thomas said germany's help with training must be accomplished -- accompanied with a process of political reconciliation. he said germany would continue to provide assistance as long as mali's government needs it. syriare were claims from that the violence there had taken on a new dimension. state tv showed pictures of what it said were victims of a chemical attack by rebels on an area close to aleppo. the rocket contain poisonous gasses. we have had 16 civilian martyrs and 86 wounded, most of whom are in a serious condition. >> the government asked the un to investigate, but the opposition quickly blamed the government for the attack. written and france asked the u.s. -- britain and france asked the un to look into those allegations. if chemical weapons are being used by other side, it will be the first time during the conflict in syria. meanwhile, the steering opposition shows -- chose a new leader. the neww the head of interim government. he moved to the u.s. as a young man and is
thought was going to happen, because he saw a handful of republicans on shows saying if any of the defense spending increases are not carried out, when he missed was they were recycling the same four or five republican politicians and that is certainly not where the country is, not with the moderate republican party and not where the republicans in the house and the senate art. there are guys on the spending committee that would like to spend money and that's understandable but at the end of the day, we should probably figure out how to get the pentagon more flexibility that they need for the same amount of dollars promised the sequester as the rest of the government does and so the president misjudged, believing that republicans would panic during negotiations on the fiscal cliff. he kept waiting for the republicans to put the sequester on the table in order to give it away. that never happened. what the republicans did was -- and president obama thought the republicans were retreating. oh god i'm going to get my tax increase down the republicans are about to give up on the sequester. the
and it is coming up close. bill: what the israelis built the iron dome missile defense shield which worked tremendously well last time around with hamas. what is the state of affairs with the relationship benjamin netanyahu and president obama? how is it going? >> it is complicated but it seems to be improving the optics are certainly warm. the question is what is happening behind closed doors. i think both men see it in their interests, the national interest of both countries to close the gap. if they have disagreements keep them behind closed doors. keep working on them. don't let disagreements with this moment with this threat from iran and syria become public. keep that daylight limited. bill: what is public is that the reception that chuck hagel has been received by the israeli people has not been necessarily flattering as the new defense secretary. in addition to that it is public that ben benjamin netanyahu supported the other guy. he was a fan of mitt romney. >> these political moments are going to happen. the u.s. under president obama has a lot to rebuild in terms of credibility
was not in conversation with the secretary of defense or with the chair of joint chiefs of staff. >> i think that's an important point. i think that's an important point, but this is another -- >> the president of the united states didn't care about those four americans when they were killed. that's the point. you got to focus -- >> if you want to focus on that, if you want to focus, why did you bring up the other -- >> dog handlers, and four americans killed. >> but congresswoman, you're the one who brought it up. you're the one who brought it up. >> you can see things didn't go so well. so asked about her statements concerning the president's alleged extravagance, congresswoman bachmann changed the subject over and over. and, by the way, other fact checkers have found bachmann's statements misleading or fully unsubstantiated. but, hey, a gold star to dana bash. she didn't let up. that news conference with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and president of the united states barack obama, about to happen at any moment. our live coverage will continue after this. 14 clubs. that's what they
than ever before. that includes more support for missile defenses, like iron dome. it has saved many israeli lives. the american support for israel is unprecedented. it has never been stronger. that is a sturdy foundation we built on today as he addressed a range of shared challenges. as part of our long-term commitment to israel security, the prime minister and i agreed to extend military assistance to israel. our current agreement lasts through 2017. we have decided to extend it for years beyond. i'm pleased to announce we will assure that there is no interrupting of funding for iron dome. decisions i made last year, israel will receive approximately 200 million dollars this fiscal year. we will continue to work with congress on future funding of iron dome. these are further reminders we theirelp to preserve military edge so that israel can defend itself by itself against any threat. we also discussed a way forward for a two state solution between israel and palestine. i will be meeting with president abbas tomorrow and i'll have more to say on this topic and the speech i will deli
could have walked to the bus stop. defense attorney counters that the abortions were legal, there is no physical evidence the babies cried or moved after they were out of the mother. as other witnesses alleged. and that they all died in the womb after a drug was injected to cause an abortion. some call the case horrifying and say it should push lawmakers to look again at late-term abortion laws. >> why is it okay that these babies can have the lives ended if only when it takes place in the womb? >> the national abortion federation counters that, "this particular facility in philadelphia is an outlier and not typical of the high-quality abortion care provided by the majority of abortion providers in this country." a constitutional lawyer who advocated against pearial birth abortion says no matter what state law says about abortions, doctors cannot kill a born alive. >> under federal law under the born alive infant protection act, that child is a person and entitled to all protections of federal law. >> a couple of states are putting more restrictions on early and late-term a
overcome relentless threats to its security, through the courage of the israel defense forces and the citizenry that is so resilient in the face of terror. this is the story of israel. this is the work that has brought the dreams of so many generations to life, and every step of the way israel has built unbreakable bonds of friendship with my country, the united states of america. [ applause ] those ties began only 11 minutes after israeli independence when the united states was the first nation to recognize the state of israel. as president truman said in explaining his decision to recognize israel, he said, i believe it has a glorious future before it, not just as another sovereign nation, but as an embodiment of the great ideals of our civilization. and since then we've built a friendship that advances our shared interests. together we share a commitment to security for our citizens and the stability of the middle east and north africa. together we share a focus on advancing economic growth around the globe and strengthening the middle class within our own countries. togeth
americans that are dead. the secretary of state was not in conversation with the secretary of defense or with the chair of the joint chiefs of staff. >> reporter: i think that is an important point but this is another. >> the president of the united states didn't care about those four americans and they were killed. that is the point. >> reporter: if you're going to focus -- >> that's what's important. you talk about dog handlers and there are four americans killed? >> reporter: congresswoman you are the one who brought it up. >> walking and walking and walking. dana is here in the situation room. dana, you were both in heels, too. that's not that easy to be walking that quickly. what was it like when you were trying to ask simple, straight forward questions and she didn't really want to answer them. >> no she didn't. what really surprised me was she wouldn't let me sort of get the question in because, look. michele bachmann has certainly not answered my questions and others in the past but she generally is -- stops and is polite and smiles, a different kind of an experience there to
, these are issues that we work in detail in the ministry of defense with, sthees are issues -- these are issues in which the government is involved in. and i think we're confident that we are going to improve matters. subject to of course the way in which this fighting season evolves. over. >> to follow up, does this portend that as coalition forces pull back, that as the fighting season ensues and continues on, that we may see even higher afghan casualty rates given what we're seeing now? >> i mean, it's impossible to predict this, of course. but the plain fact is that as the intensity of operations increases during the course of the summer, it would be logical to assume that casualty rates might well increase with it. i can't predict that but that is something that of course we are keeping a very weathered eye on and it's important that we make sure that we sustain this through the fighting season. over. >> hi, general. john harper. what would you estimate the size of the insurgency to be at this point? and how many insurgents have laid down their arms and gone through the formal reintegratio
minister netanyahu touring the iron dome missile defense system as pointed to by president obama to show his support to israel. 300 million went to fund this, an improvement in the last gaza war and president obama points to that as his support for israel. he has a battle selling himself in israel, only 10% of israelis say they like president obama and he's going direct for a hard sell, megyn, when he goes before a national television audience and talking to students and why he is in favor of israel and going forward, how he hopes to help the jewish state in a second term. >> megyn: thank you. and in honor to president obama's visit to jerusalem, the israeli embassy in washington releases an unusual animated video featuring the two leaders and a classic song from the 1980's sit com. watch this. >> the bonds between the united states and israel are unbreakable and the commitment of the united states to the security of israel is ironclad. ♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ ♪ travel down the road and back again ♪ ♪ your heart is true, you're-- thank you for being a friend ♪ >> ye
it would trigger american involvement because america could be his last line of defense and last protection against something mu worse. >> i han't seen any hard evidence that they've been used. there have been some reports, and if they were used it seems to have been on an extremely small scale. but again, i think there's no hard evidence. might they be used? sure, desperate leaders might do desperate things if they felt there was no alternative. i don't think there's anything we can do to prevent their use, other than to threaten, as we have, if they were to be used it would cross a-- quote, unquote-- red line and have dire consequences. the real question is if they are used on any significant sale what do w d the from what i can tell, there are large stocks disbursed on any number of missiles and arcraft so in order to prevent continued use you'd really have to take out an enormous chunk of the syrian military. that's a euphemism for going to war. it's an extraordinarily difficult scenario. one question, charlie, which i don't have an answer to is if the syrians were to use chemical weapo
and the united states, military cooperation, defense cooperation, intelligence cooperation, all that has reached an unprecedented level. and we're grateful. and we really see the president and of course the united states as our closest and most dearest friend in the world. >> mark regev, thank you so much, good to see you again. thanks for getting through the traffic. i don't know how you managed to do it traffic, the motorcades in the old city of jerusalem, a nightmare. >>> and up next, has anything changed in congress since maine's senator olympia snowe left capitol hill? we'll ask her next on "andrea mitchell reports" live from jerusalem. the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. campbell's. but that doesn't mean i don't want to make money.stor. i love making money. i try to be smart with my investments. i also try to keep my costs down. what's your plan? ishares. low cost and tax efficient. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for t
to iraq? >> i think yes, it probably would have been. i remember a very senior defense department official, douglasfi feif, stand, in the garden of the american embassy in afghanistan within-- i dare say three or four months of thef overthrow of the taliban, so we're talk early 2002. >> and asked him what he envisaged being the maximumsa american troop strength required there afghanistan, and he said 5,000. well, we knownd now-- michael cn correct me-- it went up to whatt michael, was it, 130,000 at one point? in any case, it reached, if you will, soaf levels. but much too late.af by the time that the surge in iraq, in afghanistan came, the situation was so bad, that retrieving it was also of always going to be a very, very uphill struggle. so, yes, i think the disio invade iraq, which withdrew so much in terms of manpower and resources from afghanistan, did have a very deleterious effect a on the american enterprise inm afghanistan. >> rose: john, i have to saypr good-bye to you because i'm going to lose the satellite and don't want to cut you in midsentence or me. it's wonderful stee you
're still at the point where we're trying to craft these defenses. the government is trying to come up with the defenses implement them, include them in legislation, discuss them publicly, have some kind of a debate and much later we're likely to end up in the courts. everything end up in the courts these days. bill: that too and everybody end up on the internet as well. we'll see how far it goes. terrific conversation. thank you for your insight. stephen hayes in washington. heather. heather: pay attention to this, bill. dramatic new video of a gunman firing into a restaurant. look at this. then a crowd of people rushing in to help. we will tell you where all of this went down. we'll tell you how it ended as well. bill: that is live fire. from space to your living room. american history from missions past that you can soon own, for a price. ♪ . let's see what you got. rv -- covered. why would you pay for a hotel? i never do. motorcycles -- check. atv. i ride those. do you? no. boat. house. hello, dear. hello. hello. oh! check it -- [ loud r&b on car radio ] i'm going on break! the m
is the iron dome missile defense system, something that the united states helped fund, the united states giving israel somewhere around $3 billion per year for its security. they are actually bringing one of the iron dome batteries to the airport so that he can see it for time purposes. this is the battery that has -- >> sara i don't know if you can see this -- sara -- if i could interrupt you for a minute we are looking at president obama, as he is coming off air force one there, to meet prime minister benjamin netanyahu. sorry to interrupt you. i don't think you have the pictures. i don't think you're watching them, as well. a big smile, as he is there to greet benjamin netanyahu, or benjamin netanyahu is there to greet president obama. >> how are you? good to see you. >> sara, continue if you could -- >> we can listen in a little bit. >> good to see you. >> good seeing you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for coming. >> wonderful to be here. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> great to see up. >> glad to have you here. >> it's great to be here. thank you so much. >> how are you? so
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